Trainee Network Engineer

Primary job role

The Trainee Network Engineer is responsible for maintaining existing network infrastructure at the Cluster level. The role holder is also responsible for monitoring network availability during business hours and maintaining maximum network security and efficiency at the Cluster. Troubleshooting critical network related issues and infrastructure project execution are also critical to the role.

Main duties/responsibilities

  • Maintain the existing network and communication infrastructure and maximize network efficiency at the Cluster
  • Support end users on network and communication infrastructure related issues and ensure uninterrupted business operations
  • Responsible for network security and secure business transactions at the Cluster


  • 2 – 3 years of experience in installation, configuration, troubleshooting, monitoring and maintenance of network and communication infrastructure, commercial and Open Source product experience will be an added advantage


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science/Engineering/any other relevant field with relevant certifications such as Cloud Network certifications, CCNA, MCSA, RHCA, CMNO, Cloud Infrastructure certifications or ITIL

Behavioral competencies

  • Communication
  • Teamwork & collaboration
  • Client orientation


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